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a bear. >> i like the view, and time that mountains but i am not a big fan of the woods. >> i talked to victor martin when he was on a lay over tonight and he says he is glad to be coming home. ktvu channel 2 news. >>> san francisco police released the names of two suspects in connection with a shooting on friday where a bullet struck a young girl. shadon caprice mitchell and lazarus thomas were arrested. the bullet struck a girl and the shooting was gang related and may have stemmed from a argument. the girl is in critical condition. >>> we learned today what authority found in the home of one of the us spects accused of beating san francisco giants' fan bryan stow. one suspect may have also been involved in other attacks that night. >> reporter: we have obtain these documents that show one of the defends a-- defendants attacked two other suspects and bragging may have put them on lapd's radar. these stetches take us inside the los angeles courtroom where the arraignments of louie sanchez and marvin norwood were delayed. disappointing news to bryan stow's girlfriend. >> frustrated.
on this bill today. but i think one of the big problems you face is that once he does send -- gets this through, if he does get it through, it's going to be very hard to get any of his republicans to vote for the real compromise in a day or two or three. >> reporter: well, that's exactly right. both of your points right. first of all, there are no negotiations going on in that final compromise right now because all the focus is getting this passed in the house. speaker boehner isn't exactly taking calls now from democrats. but he's trying to get his own republicans in line. once he does this, this is going to be very difficult for him to get -- to go any further by way of compromise. if there is a compromise, it's going to take a lot of democrats to pass it in the house. >> a lot of democrats, that's exactly right. okay, jon karl, jake tapper, thanks very much. key market openings sunday night, the next big deadline to watch for, as well. >> reporter: that's right. >> the asian market. elizabeth, this is just so uncertain going into the final weekend. >> well, and certainly the public is starti
of them who have trouble hitting this will help their chances of repeating. this is big news, carlos beltran is one of the best hitters in the lead. >> we will have some more coverage later. new at 5:00 p.m. a naked man attack in san francisco and is caught on video. why the police say that this video is a hate crime. also a television news anchor was attacked live on air. we will show what caused the confrontation plus, there was a big room brawl. q. have owners x speaks out about the playboys passion or lack thereof and how the magazine mobile is fighting back all ahead. it's really delicious, mom. it's not too well done? nope. but it is a job well done. what are you reading, sweetie? her diary. when you're done, i'd love some feedback. sure. your mom and i read that thing cover-to-cover. loved it. thanks. would you mind if i cut the lawn this weekend? only if you let me talk to your mother on the phone for hours on end. done. [ male announcer ] u-verse brings peace to the family. at&t u-verse lets you record four shows at once from any room and play them back on any tv. get u-ver
on scene. the big concern now, hotspots flaring up overnight. >> reporter: scorching flames shot several feet into the air for hours. the intense fire created a large plume of thick, black smoke that could be seen for miles. from the north and east bays to sacramento, this is how it looked from sky four. fairfield fire investigators believe the fire was sparked after an employee ignited a plastic bin while working with possibly a torch or welder. >> they were working with an open flame object around the bins on the outside of the building. as far as i know, this is something in the normal course of their duties. we used water and a light foam all day long on the plastic bins. the foam helps to cool the fire. it's very effective in putting out fires from hydrocarbon based fuels. >> reporter: firefighters managed to contain the fire to 5 acres had the back lot. approximately 45 employees were working inside the plant at the time the fire broke out. all of them escaped unharmed. jose nunez is an employee and was scheduled to be at work at 4:00. >> it's a lot of fire everywhere, you know. ye
was try to create a new sense of urgency to see if there's a chance to put the big deal back together that he and speaker boehner were close to having this deal last week. but in many ways, this speech was almost oh post mortem, almost setting up the blame game for the fact that no big deal is going to happen. and no matter what happens here at the end of the day, the debt ceiling is going to go up. but nobody is going to be happy about the deal. i can tell you this, ann, i had a bunch of democrats that said to me, would have been a good speech to give two weeks ago. >> i know that he called for public activism, so much so that we hear the capitol hill websites were crashing last night because so many people were trying to e-mail their representatives. it looks like he spooked main street, jim? will he spook also wall street? >> no, not at all. wall street is calm. the markets are looking good today. we had a blip down in the indicators between 9:0 and about 9:20. they came right back. no one is buying the panic, the sky-rocketing interest rates scenario. >> that said, hedge funds are
? >> big time. it's unbelievably hot and humid in the parts of the northeast. and we're relatively cool here. the temperatures have been in the 90s and a couple holding on today. but the fog bank and the sea breeze is up to 20, 25 miles an hour. and that will mean 60s and 70s for many. >>> traffic looks good here on 880 north and south and toward the coliseum. and we're looking at the bay bridge. there was an earlier obstruction on the incline section. they moved it out of the way. and as you move up to the incline, you can see that the traffic is moving along nicely, coming up to the bridge. so whatever it was is now gone. 6:01. and back to the desk. >>> firefighters rushed to stop a house fire from spreading to other nearby homes and is it started around 2:30 this morning on fourth street in oakley. jane joins us live with a possible cause of the fire. >> reporter: the fire investigators have ruled this a suspicious fire this morning. this home destroyed. inside the home, we learned that the firefighters found hundreds of small tanks. it acted as an accelerant to the fire. one man was
default. august 2 is the big day and president obama is urging compromise in congress. he spoke to the nation last night and he criticized the republicans. >> a significant number of republicans in congress are insisting on a different approach, a cuts only approach, an approach that doesn't ask the wealthiest americans or biggest corporations to contribute anything at all. >> but gop leaders say the president is the one who is refusing to budge. >> the president wanted a plank check six months ago. and he wants a blank check today. this is just not going to happen. >> republicans are pushing to raise the debt limit enough to last for the rest of the year and then a joint committee would tackle a second increase and more spending cuts but mr. obama says he will veto any plans to raise the debt ceiling if it comes in two waves. he supports a plan by majority leader harry reid to raise the limit to 2012. >>> breaking news out of morocco. a state news agency says a c- 130 plane has crashed in a mountainous area there. there are reports that 26 people have been killed, four injured.
us why they are so upset with their working conditions. jana-- >> frank it was a big turn out. there were hundredsover hundreds of people who met here in union square. then walked over to the grand hyatt. it's just a block up, they brought their bull horns and they shut down the street. >> reporter: the rally for workers rights came right in the middle of rush hour. hyatt workers swarmed the sidewalks with signs part of a national day of action. >> in nonunion hotels throughout the market, hyatt has housekeepers cleaning as many as 30 rooms a day. >> i don't have any benefits. >> reporter: protesters sat down in the middle of stockton street. police surrounded them and started making arrests. today also brought bitter feelings. >> how can i afford a place? >> reporter: the union is still battling with two hyatt hotels over new contracts. >> grand hyatt and hyatt regency have offered the same exact contract proposal as local to is getting from all the major hotels in san francisco. >> reporter: meanwhile busy stockton bus lines lined up as people waited for delays. >> reporter:
. >> takes your breath away. it's very hot. sweaty. gross. >> reporter: the big apple is on the broiler, with heat indexes soaring to 110 degrees. the statue of liberty's crown closed to visitors. in chicago, parents were steamed over a local summer school without air-conditioning. >> they deserve to come here comfortably to learn. >> reporter: in detroit, the city started rolling power blackouts. it's just before 2:00 in new york. and the air temperature is 94. add in the humidity and heat index is 107. as anybody in the city knows it's hotter on the pavement. this reading 113. at a new york city subway station we found temperatures over 95 degrees. this dry cleaner's was sweltering over 100 degrees. and in times square, the bright lights turned off to save power. within five minutes, i already developed a full sweat. the kind of heat that can have a real physical impact. let's bring in dr. besser. and we'll test some folks out. >> in this heatat i've only bee out here a few minutes. and i already feel my pulse is racing. that's what we'll see here. >> reporter: sure enough we found da
. >> reporter: mark calloway said the rattlers usually only top out at three to four feet long. not as big as their desert cousins and they are not poison souse, they are venemous. if he bites you that could kill you. >> keep is still, raise it up a bit and you will want to start looking for a doctor . >> reporter: the snakes are beneficial here by getting rid of rats and other rodents, just keep your distance. don't think of them as trouble makers. >> no. they are helping us. >> go to cbssf.com, click on connect to send me your good question. >> tiger shocks the golf world, a baseball manager hit in the face. history on the diamond, the first time ever done by an oakland athletic, next. ,,,,,,,, i know you're worried about making your savings last and having enough income when you retire. that's why i'm here -- to help come up with a plan and get you on the right path. i have more than a thousand fidelity experts working with me so that i can work one-on-one with you. it's your green line. but i'll be there every step of the way. call or come in and talk with us today. two countries..
smart to get in, you were smart. >> it has become a big business the last few years with the cost of coffee. cheers to your ice water there. >>> we want to update you, first, with the latest from washington on those debt talks. there are only five days left for congress to pass a budget cutting plan that will raise the government borrowing limit and avoid a possible default. this morning, the house is set to take a very important vote and much of america from main street to wall street will be watching. cbs news congressional correspondent nancy cordes is on capitol hill this morning. nancy, good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, erica. that's right. the vote today is on speaker boehner's bill to raise the debt ceiling and it's important because it's one of the two bills out there that could possibly get us out of this mess. but at this hour, it's still very uncertain whether speaker boehner has the republican votes he needs to pass it. and so he became boehner the enforcer yesterday, holding several meetings with house republicans, tea party republicans, freshmen republi
and it is on the going to get worse. a big chunk of this lose their jobs. >> these papers are going to sit on the shelves, piled high and not make it to a court room for at least five years. >>reporter: lest clless clerks behind the window. they are expected to be having to wait " for several hours. the lines are out the door. >> obtaining a report will take months. obtaining a remorseful take at least 1.5 years. >>reporter: criminal cases will not be impacted or child custody will also not be impacted because the law requires them to be given priority. most everybody else needs to muster through the weight. >>catherine: more cut backs of the sentence oto the san frao court system. a follow-up to the firefighters said there getting reinstated to. a retraining course this is the first step of cutting 22 firefighters back on the job. 49 have been laid off because of the fema grant that now they can rehire them. the deal means that they cannot be laid off again for at least two years. the firefighters are getting two weeks of training before starting their jobs again. the city of san francisco is investigat
for the san francisco 49ers the team made some big changes in the off-season hopes are high that they can improve on last year's record. >> normally by this time of year, 49ers players are studying playbooks and attending a manager cams for a good portion of the off season, before the 49ers today is day one, the off- season labor dispute drama kept the players from preparing with their coaches and teammates as they would have during a normal year, the biggest change for the 49ers this year is the head coach position mike singletary is out and jim is in. he brought with him new assistant coaches as well as new offensive in defense of playbooks. players have not been able to see them till just recently. >> the only thing that did not like about was not getting to meet the new coaching staff, and not getting to look over the play book ahead of time to be able to go out on the field and the things that we needed to learn, the could given as a head start during training camp. >> practice will run until about 5:30 p.m. and then we are going to hear from them after. we will have more on today
got stuck out there in the water. >> i feel very very relieved. >> this was a a really big ordeal. >> dr. stephen hammond was worried when his wife as you can see here was windsurfing and did not come back in monday he said that her sail separated from her board and left her stranded. >> her husband says that she was in the water for 12 hours and was able to see some rescue boats. >> the boats came within 50 ft. of her and they cannot see her, one time she lifted up the board and she yield, but it was hard because the sea was so choppy. she thought maybe she could swim in, but her only chance was probably about 10:30 a.m. and 3:00 a.m. when it was flooding that she might have been able to get close to shore. i think her energy was little at that point. >> in addition to having clung to her board overnight she is also undergoing chemotherapy. but this afternoon she is said to be doing well and plans on get out--getting out to windsurfing very soon. >> she has a lot of strength. >> as we speak, a member of the coast guard had to go into the water and that man talked about the
consequences are predicted for just about everyone. president obama says he is trying to reach a really big deal with republicans. >> president obama we can't let politics stand in the way of doing the right thing in washington. >> reporter: but politics are standing in the way. who is to blame? in a new cbs poll 49% blame republicans for inaction, 29% think the president is responsible. a final deal will have to involve compromise, most americans say. 69% think president obama needs to compromise, 85% say republicans have to make concessions. only 11% say republicans should stick to their guns. last week house speaker john boehner said republicans won't budge on taxes. >> our stand on the debt limit has been clear. there can be no tax hikes because tax hikes destroy jobs. >> reporter: but the poll suggests most americans, including republicans, disagree. >> the higher taxes led to more cuts. >> high inner taxes and more cuts. >> reporter: according to the poll 66% believe any final deal should include a combination of spending cuts and tax increases. that includes 55% of republicans and 5
much and low cloud coverage. but as we pushed closer to the week in the big cool down is in store. we will have more on that in your extended forecast. these are the temperature is right outside your door. currently 93 in livermore, a little cooler for hayward who 83 degrees there. it is really cool down here at the coast. as we take a look now, into tomorrow it is a completely different story no nineties, only up to 81 degrees for san rosa, 71 for petaluma, same for those tomorrow afternoon. we only reach an afternoon high of 63 degrees through half moon bay. we will see low '70s even some '60s in the bay. no 80's at along the valley only getting up to about 80 degrees for those in danville. we see a mixture of '70's and 80's in the south bay. >> as we take a look at your seven day around the day forecast a cooling trend happened starting with tomorrow. the temperatures really our guys, we see morning cloud coverage around the bay area. >> the u.s. shuttle program is now over, the atlantis landed at cape canaveral for the final time today ending a 30 year shuttle program, bay area
harvey told a captivated audience burning man is more than a big party in the desert. it's a yearly exercise in building a community and that's what he hopes to do in the heart of san francisco, near union square's world class shopping. that's why burning man's head quarter also be moving in. >> we think there are a lot of opportunities to do it. and we build the city every year in the desert, and we know something about making urban environments vital. >> reporter: homeowners in the tender loin are hoping it will transform the neighborhood. >> there are more children per capita than anywhere else in san francisco. >> reporter: he said the art can and will energize the community. the transformation may begin with something as simple as art pads. >> then the entire city given the supply of creative works out there could be one huge revolving exhibit of art. >> reporter: russo is hoping burners will give people a reason to walk to the tender loin instead of around it. >> art is the way to go, but there is a trickle down effect, so hopefully it will also affect the small business growt
in the sheriff's race grew by one, the newest candidate getting a big endorsement. >> i have been at the table. i have created coalitions, been in sacramento, walked the halls of shei city hall. >> the former under sheriff filed his papers this morning. he is being enforced by the former da and current california attorney general. he is an advisor to harris. the sheriff is not running. he has held the position for 31 years. there are at least seven other candidates, two are seen as the most serious challengers, david wong ran in 2007. the others are seen as long shots. >>> san francisco city attorney suing cbs outdoor over damages to the muni buses. he wants more than $100,000 from the advertising firm which he swayed was careless in applying signs and displays to buses that he said caused the paint to chip. . >> film makers have more incentive to produce movies year. the vendor discount program is being expanded. the expansion includes discounts on equipment rent always and audio services. it's hoped to will help make the city a premiere location. >>> the board of supervisors is expected to
northbound. it will still be a big hassle. if you are driving on the nimitz freeway, we have slow traffic here in hayward, southbound backing up from about just south of 238 down to tennyson. san mateo bridge looks nice after a delay. and the dumbarton bridge looks nice. if you drive on the dumbarton bridge it's smelly near the radio towers. what are those? tweet me. 7:11. let's go to steve. >> i'm gonna guess the tide. >>> garning. we have sunshine, warm weather inland. by the coast there's still pockets of fog. another tweet from laurel. parts of the marin coast, san mateo/santa cruz coastline. it's very shallow. high temperatures are inland. as you know, it's been very, very cool. antioch 90 degrees. today, 92. that should be your high this time of year. the coastal temperatures have been actually close to normal. had a big nothing bank yesterday. some of it is starting to come back a little bit. temperatures 60s, already for some. we're running normal on the lows. here but some of the higher elevations -- are about 70 degrees. there's some warm air aloft. it won't take long to get to
so a little more of a sea breeze. no big changes friday. transition day saturday. cooler day first day in august. >>> reportedly san francisco mayor ed lee has made up his mind on whether he will run for mayor. >> reporter: why one man is being called a hero after he dove into a people and saved two. >>> plus, more on the proposed circumcision ban in san francisco. >>> a father and his young daughter are safe thanks to a good samaritan. >> reporter: i was on the phone with captain rod brown from the fire department. i expect to have full details in an hour. we still need to know the man's name and the relationship to the people. see the brown building? there's a pool complex behind it. there's a pool and two hot tubs. it's the regency park complex. the family members were between a hot tub and pool. the father and daughter in the pool and the rest of the people in the hot tub. people could hear the father and daughter playing but couldn't see them. they run over and look in and seat father and daughter in the pool. a man describes as friend pulls the man and girl out. he starts giv
new york, one person was killed. at least 20 injured in a fiery crash between a tour bus and big rig. the happened on interstate 90 early this morning. both vehicles caught fire. it appears a u.s. soldier helped somebody. authorities say he drove on the scene and pulled passengers out from the burning bus. one passenger claims the bus driver fell asleep. the accident is under investigation. >>> new numbers show more children are dying after being left in hot cars researchers say an air bag that urged children to -- parents to put children in the rear seats of the car worked very well. but they say it had the unintended consequence forgetting about their children. that's tushy because they are out of sight -- that's usually because any are out of sight -- they are out of sight. >>> it's 7:0. we want to check in with -- it's 7:08. right now we're looking at the the commute on highway 24 westbound coming up to the walnut creek area, la fayette and getting up to oakland. it's a nice drive all the way through the tunnel. this morning's commute is gonna be okay if you are driving in san fr
shooting massacre in memory. at least 85 murdered. >> going around killing people like it was no big deal. >> he just was like shooting everyone. he wasn't thinking. it seemed like a night pair. >> reporter: police said the suspect hunted the victims, aged from 12 to 19, shooting them for 90 minutes. when police finally arrived, this is his moment of surrender. no resistance. he had no police record. >> we have not arrested him before or anything like that. >> reporter: police say in may the suspect bought six tons of fertilizer, similar to the kind timothy mcveigh used in oklahoma city. it may are been used to make the bomb. after setting off the car bomb that killed seven in oslo's central square, the suspect drove to the island in less than an hour away, dressed as a policeman. he told the teenagers he needed to protect them after the oslo bombing. he gathered them close and open fire. >> the reason i thought it was a game or, i don't know, something else, was -- it was like not high sound shooting. it was like silence or something. like fireworks. >> reporter: as they fled through the
current and pulled over a big waterfall at yosemite national park. and searchers are out looking for their bodies today wednesday, july 20th, 2011. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >> and good morning, everyone. welcome to "today" on a wednesday morning. i'm matt lauer. >> and i'm ann curry. as you see, it's 76 degrees already at 7:00 a.m. here in new york city. and new york is one of 32 states under a heat advisory warning today. >> i think you can see that shot from above, the haze that's hanging over the city. apparently a lot of the country is trapped inside what people are calling a heat dome. inside that dome temperatures in the 90s and 100s in areas that aren't used to getting that hot. now you throw humidity on top of that, and there is simply no way to escape. how long will all this last? we'll check in with al roker on that in just a moment. >>> then we're going to talk about wendy murdoch, the wife of rupert murdoch. she was the first person to leap to her husband's defense when a protester tried to hit him in the face with a pie as he was testifying in fr
and conservatives is to get their big political statement today, they believe there's time for that. the plan you just described allows them to say the real solution is cutting spending big now and changing how congress would work for years and years to come. the president knows it's not going to get to the desks, they said this would really force the government to not be able to spend on things like medicare, social security, prevent spending for future disasters, and they even renamed it. republicans call it cut, cap, and balance, the white house is calling it duck, dodge, and dismantle. >> on that note, let's talk about what the white house is doing behind the scenes. privately on sunday there was a meeting between the president and republican leaders, and it raises the specter is the quote on quote biggest deal possible actually still possible? >> reporter: both parties tell me they are still talking about that, trying to do something much bigger and would have a longer term result, but the short-term is really a plan that is getting a lot of attention quietly, negotiations going on, focussed
the crosswalk. we will be talking to her exclusively this morning. >>> the big 40, the milestone birthday that makes people squirm. but now some women are seizing the day and giving it a brand new meaning. we're going to explore that further. >>> let's begin with the latest on that deadly shooting rampage in norway. nbc's martin fletcher is in oslo this morning. martin, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. anders breivik is in court right now being arraigned on charges of terrorism. meanwhile here at oslo cathedral, this has become the center of mourning. this drama is just what the confessed killer wants, to focus attention on his call for a christian war to defend europe against muslim domination. at noon local time today all of norway paused for a minute's silence in memory of the victims who died for one man's obsession. and at sunday's memorial in the oslo cathedral, king harold and queen sonya cried with their people. a nation shocked, listening with horror to the survivors of the massacre. >> he looked like a police officer. he had all the clothes and the gun and everything. >>
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will looking very nice on 101 and 80. let's go it steve. >> some sun breaks but a lot of fog. big fog. a lot of that has moved locally. you'll stay hot but everyone else well. tropical clouds could fear up thunderstorm activity along the seer remarks so any travel plans there. 50s for many, low get commit but west, southwest. that is a turbo charged sea breeze. the higher clouds will probably depart to the east because it wouldn't be favorable for those after saturday. more off towards the east and south. cooler inland for most. 95% of the viewing area. 50, 67. 0s or low 90s. the temperature is coming down. five-day does have higher clouds but mostly sunny. temperatures will be cooling down and we'll keep it there. >>> it's a crime that the police chief is calling an outrage. police are looking for the gunman who killedded a good samaritan. >>> drivers may have already noticed new additions to the eastern span of the bay bridge. we'll tell you what's supposed to happen. >>> this morning the white house is announcing a new deal that could save you money at the pump. we'll tell you what the pr
by one, the newest candidate getting a big endorsement. >> i have been at the table. i have created coalitions, been in sacramento, the halls of shei city hall. >> the former under sheriff filed his papers this morning. he is being enforced by the former da and current california attorney general. he is an advisor to harris. the sheriff is not running. he has held the position for 31 years. there are at least seven other candidates, two are seen as the most serious challengers, david wong ran in 2007. the others are seen as long shots. >>> san francisco city attorney suing cbs outdoor over damages to the muni buses. he wants more than $100,000 from the advertising firm which he swayed was careless in applying signs and displays to buses that he said caused the paint to chip. . >> film makers have more incentive to produce movies year. the vendor discount program is being expanded. the expansion includes discounts on equipment rent always and audio services. it's hoped to will help make the city a premiere location. >>> the board of supervisors is expected to vote tomorrow on a pro
a marathon winner, we'll take you to the finish line, coming up. >>> the big announcement made in iran regarding the two uc berkely students. those stories and much more coming up. >>> welcome back everyone to ktvu mornings on 2. it is sunday, july 31. >> like it or not, it's the final day of july. let get right over to rosemary to see how it's going to look. >> it's going to be a nice afternoon this morning, starting out with the gray sky once again. marine layer a little thicker than what we saw yesterday. subtle changes in the forecast for some of us, but most of us, more of the same. those low clouds followed by high clouds this afternoon. our afternoon highs, upper 50s for the coast. widespread 80s, and upper 80s for our warmest spots. we'll talk more about the high clouds beginning to migrate our way. back to you. >>> thank you. new this morning, the fate of two uc berkely graduates will be decided within a week. the final court session in the trial. wrapped up just about two hours ago. a judge said the court will announce its verdict within the next seven days. the attorney says
manufacture debuted in 1993. >>> it pays big to be america's idol. forbes magazine just released the list of the top earning american idols. carrie underwood earned $20 million in the last year. chris daughtery and adam lambert made the list with $6 million each, and they didn't even win "american idol." fantasia and others round out the top five. as for the "american idol" host, ryan secrest, he pulled in $61 million doing a number of jobs just last year. >> not bad! >>> all right. the stunning new developments in the bryan stow investigation. the suspect is now getting his name cleared. we'll take you live to los angeles. what police are saying about accusing the wrong man in that brutal beating. >> san francisco police are looking for new evidence in a shooting that seriously injured an 11-year-old girl. coming up, what neighbors say they saw minutes before the shooting happened. >> plus, flames rip through a retirement home. the effort to make sure the fire stays under control. >>> new information continues to come in about the three people arrested in connection with the beating of g
july in 34 years in chicago. today's headline, add more people to the big heat. emergency rooms are at 100% capacity in cincinnati, ohio. roads in louisiana are buckling under heat stress. livestock is dying in record dakota. in minnesota and south >> it's bad. it's terrible. >> reporter: and the hottest heat wave in the midwest in 23 years is moving east. nearly half of the entire u.s. population, 141 million americans across two dozen states, now are under heat advisories. it's one-two punun of record heat combined with unbearable humidity. the country's highest heat index, 126 in council bluffs, iowa. heat like this is now taxing the power grid leads to thousands of power outages in the midwest. that means no air conditioner. >> the lower level of the house is a little bit cooler. i try not to go upstairs. >> reporter: and tension is rising. power crews were forced to leave this chicago street after being harassed by an angry neighbor. the food supply is feeling the stress, too. terry swales of abc affiliate wqad is in iowa. >> here in the quad cities, the heat and humidity h
it is in big bold letters. or this sign, now for several years con artists have exploited a flawe. it is simple, they pretend to be a parking attendant and asked the driver usually a tourist for money for parking. when they get your money, they split, and then he returned your car to find a ticket. many people are getting caught up in this including a former san francisco mayor. he stopped her for lunch, paid the parking attendant, but to find out that the parking attendant was a fake, but the parking ticket that he received was not. one man was arrested 14 times for this same offense. but he keeps coming back. this is a store that i will follow very closely if i catch someone in the act and i will, you will be the first to see it. >> you may want to think twice before taking a robe or towel from a hotel, they're using new technology to track their land. this company it is helping hotels to track their linens. the price of cotton keeps rising and that means it's more expensive for hotels. tune in to my tech report tonight and i will tell you all about it. >> still ahead, she is accused of att
big challenges. the fire started in the rear of this building, and spread up the inside to the walls to the attic. that's where crews had the hardest time knocking it down. because the building has neighbors close on both sides, crews posted their, and in the back to keep it from spreading. the top flat pretty much was gutted. those residents are in europe right now on vacation. the woman who lives in the ground floor unit was with them, until returning home today to find this. a fire that had the whole neighborhood watching. >> it was a stubborn fire because the roof is not a typical roof. it appears to be a flat roof in the street, but it's actually a double peak roof building. so that made it difficult to get access to the attic, and put the attic out. >> i can't find my kitty, sophie. if anybody seeing the blue tabby wandering around without a collar please call the spca. >> is that your biggest concern right now? >> it is, the rest of my animals are safe, and the rest is just stuff. >> reporter: she did have someone house sitting for her while she was gone. that person did escap
was the focus of a controversy after a 15-year-old g girl died of an overdose. >>> two big topics coming up, the 49ers, one of their top players might be holding out. and the big trade for the giants. mindy joins us again. >>> absolutely, carlos beltran on his way to be a san francisco giant. we'll tell you what the giants gave up to acquire the new york mets slugger, coming up in sports in a moment. and how soon you can expect to see him in the lineup, that's straight ahead. >>> welcome into the comcast sports newsroom. a team spokesman says nothing will be official until friday morning at the earliest, but the deal is done that will make carlos beltran a san francisco giant. comcast sports net bay area has learned the giant also give up top pitching prospect zach wheeler to the mets in return. beltran traveled to philadelphia today and could be in the lineup for the series finale against the phillies. he is expected to play right and bat third. game two between the giants and phillies. tim lincecum still not able to start as he recovers from the stomach flu. nate schierholtz sends this to
of the administration have about 20 guys. they need 94 training camp to move forward. the big question is alex smith is a free agent but he is expected to come to terms and be on the field this weekend. maybe that will be on friday. >>catherine: some people are saying that this could of been wrapped up a couple of weeks. and at least it is done. >> the lose of the hall of fame game. >> >>catherine: >> the trial begins for a los gatos woman accused of having sex with a troubled teen. 48 year-old gave the boy marijuana, a alcohol, cigarettes. the 16 year-old claimed that cakiss and they also had engaged in sex three separate times. more than $10,000 worth of computers missing from a school in woodside. 10 different imac computers cutting the screen. similar and corta madera or 20 laptops were stolen. east palo alto has the recent wave of violence the police department has groups of interest and treats it separate, sides toward the of information linking menlo park and jugo chaves and linking them to a trio of gang members. >> fuentes, 20 years old and currently has 219 years and all from east palo alt
big discounts as a part of its going out of business sale. rock >> where were all of these customers when borders it really needed a one-night wonder, purchasing books online, but the deep discounts now offered as the borders chain liquidate its assets through a crowd in sunnyvale. >> why do we come to buy books may be borders when i've been closing. >> almost $200 of books, magazines i do not know where to buy magazines anymore. >> i found some books that i was hoping to get for ages, now i have them for $2.40 dollars that is a blessing. >> the sign that here says up to 40% off and there are some good deals. like these large coffee table books that sell for like $60 just going for $10. a lot of the people i talked with said that many items are going for 10 percent of police for now. borders said no cameras on the inside, they peek through the door to reveal long lines around the store with customers reading their selections as they waited about 20 minutes to 30 minutes to check out. this is one of 38 stores closing in california all those 399 nationwide. some customers said that
quarterback, ben roethlisberger is now a married man. big ben tied the knot with ashley harland at a ceremony in pittsburgh yesterday afternoon. mike tomlin had to get permission from the nfl, because players and personnel are not allowed to have contact during the lockout. >>> working toward a deal on the debt limit. the progress expected to be made today. >>> hundreds of same sex couples are saying i do in new york today. >>> a search in oakland for a man suspected of shooting at a police officer. >> remembering the victims of twin terror attacks in norway. what he's now saying about why he did it. ♪ [ music ] >>> good morning, everyone, welcome to mornings on 2. i'm mike mibach. >> good morning, i'm maureen naylor. >> good morning to you, i'm starting to sound like a broken record. we've got the clouds outside this morning. afternoon clearing. temperatures below average. some of us in the valley locations are saying that's okay. keep it coming. those overcast skies will hang around the coastline today. patchy drizzle along the coast this morning. a slower clearing expected for the after
to china town. >>> we learned today the devil slide tunnel project has hit a big snag. and now it appears the project has been delayed by more than a year. and tom vacar tells us why geology is to blame. >> reporter: richard lives in pacifica and he commutes every day through devil slide. >> the road does come down pretty often. we worry about the road closing. >> reporter: he was disappointed to learn today that the new devil slide tunnel scheduled to open later this year won't. much business comes his way across the slide expect in bad weather. >> our customers, obviously they get quite afraid when it rains and that will draw some people off. >> reporter: the problem, constantly changing conditions as boring goes forward. >> the wild card has been that those conditions changed more frequently than we thought. >> reporter: the problem with drilling through this earthquake ravaged country is sometimes you run into hard rock, sometimes you run into sand stone, and sometimes you run into mud or dirt. all of that slows the process down. >> normally you would plan on say maybe one month of b
taxes on the wealthiest americans and big business. republicans will only go for spending cuts. >> the president has often said we need a balanced approach, which in washington means, we spend more and you pay more. having run a small business, i know those tax increase also destroy jobs. >> now, the possibility of a national default looms so large that secretary of state hillary clinton in hong kong, is reassuring the chinese who hold a trillion dollars in u.s. bonds that a deal will be done before next tuesday's deadline. lawmakers have until august 2nd. >>> the new details are graphic but necessary as the bryan stow case heads to court. stowe can still not see or react to his alleged attackers but we saw them today in an l.a. courtroom but there's a change of plans. here's beverly white from our nbc station in los angeles. >> reporter: security at dodger stadium remains beefed up ever since violence on opening day left the giants' fan bryan stow, hospitalized as what they call a disabling brain injure sflie he did not lose an eye. >> the beating suspects appeared in court fo
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